TELL ME SOMETHING I DIDN’T KNOW Part 4
TELL ME SOMETHING I DIDN’t KNOW is a segment where I tell you all about a product I love and needs your attention. A product you might never heard of or just never tried and need too. In the world of mild hot sauces that do not claim to burn the most hardened of chileheads there are some absolute gems out there. One Mega-Karat Diamond is by Tom’s Roid Rippin Hot Sauce, and it is called Hot Cherry Pepper & Roasted Garlic. The 5 oz bottle should be a 32 ouncer. It can not last from the moment you open it and sample it on food. I made a pizza using this as a sauce. This is a full-on flavored product that you need to look into. He has other great products too, and some that pack on the heat that you might be looking for, but you do not leave that website or store without buying yourselves at least 2 bottles. I promise you that you will love it. Trust me folks! Go support this small company from Connecticut, and tell ’em Buddah sent you. Maybe Tom will give you a discount.
Tom’s Roid Rippin’ Hot Sauce
75 Newport Avenue
Stratford, CT 06615 US
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7 thoughts on “TELL ME SOMETHING I DIDN’T KNOW Part 4”
Thanks for the accolades!!!
And yes, we just got the paperwork back for the Bowers event. So, we will definitely see ya’ there …looking forward to it, BIG TIME!!!
Love ya’, bro!
I couldn’t agree more, Buddah. Tom, I’m gathering my notes to do a company profile on It’s a Fiery World! This is one of my top 5 all time sauces!!! Amazing flavor!!! And your tapestry sauce is also a home run!! Okay, I’m giving away my blog post!!! Thanks to Buddah for telling me at Peppers- “Ken, what do you mean you haven’t had Tom’s sauces?!?!” lolol
As always, looking forward to seeing you there. As a group we are doing dinner Saturday night, so stick around for that.
Hot Cherry Pepper & Roasted Garlic is good, but Tom’s Roid Rippin’ Tapestry is my fave.
Thank you, guys!!!!! I can’t tell you how much your words mean to me!!!!!!!!!!
While Hot Cherry Pepper & Roasted Garlic is my number one seller—my personal favorite is also Tapestry.
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